Aquaria

Submitted by: buddy 11 years ago in Games

Sci-fi point and click game.
There are 66 comments:
Female 2
well, its good but short. I spend ages clicking English until it eventually tells me its loading and then it eventually starts. It took me ages to find out how to do it and it was really my boyfriend who sorted it out. All in all a good idea, good grafics but slow start and disapointing end. Well done those who sorted it out...
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Female 16
After too many hours, and umpteen-dozen cheats, I FINALLY got to the stickin` simple end. I think it was harder understanding the cheats than the rest of it was. Nod to them for being able to figure it though. Now to find some Tylenol. Owwww.
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Female 303
OH Fooie to it, I can`t be arssed
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Male 46
Wow, Two. Damn. You got WAY more dedication to this kind of crap than I do. I was just happy to be smart enough to be part of this walkthrough. But to go back and try to figure it out? omg.

Damn. Good man.

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Male 11,740
I agree TwoTank. Those three words made me want to either scream or hunt down the person who put them there and do some damage. Grrrrrrr.....

It`s a decent game, challenging for sure. I knew those images in the orbs would prove useful. Everything like that was there for a reason. It`s just the end that needs work.

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Female 100
what do you think twotank was doing loserbaby, he was giving you the answer!
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Female 64
anyone got a walkthrough?
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Male 14
One last thing.. I hate those three words at the end of a puzzle game. <sigh> :-?
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Male 14
The symbols on the oval maze in the new area looked familiar, so I went back to the five activated orbs (red, white, blue, yellow, and pink). When you push them a symbol sort of materializes from them and then fades.. think like a ghost.

Since I can`t draw them here, go back and copy them down, and note which orb you got each symbol from.

However, there is still one orb missing.. the green one. Thanks to "CornPooper" for finding that one in the pool of water near the blue orb! Go back and read his post on that one.. and that will give you the symbol for the green orb. Now, the question was, what order do you put them into the oval maze puzzle?

Here`s where the panel across from the red orb came into play. Starting with the panel blank (off), push the "up" arrow and record the colors as they light in sequence.

Now go back to the oval maze puzzle and click the color symbols in the sequence recorded from the red orb panel followed by clicking the middle symb

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Male 14
I went back to the hexagon puzzle, and spent some time banging my head against the monitor until I came up with the following...

Taking what I had seen in the pointer indicator (see my last post), I made the assumption that the hexagon in the pointer clue was the big green hexagon on the puzzle and here`s the sequence that I got to work...

1.) Push green hexagon
2.) Push hexagon with dot on it (indicator?)

From there I used the directions of a compass to go from hexagon to hexagon..

3.) Go NW, push that hexagon
4.) Go S, push that hexagon
5.) Go SE, push that hexagon
6.) Go SW, push that hexagon
7.) Go NW, push that hexagon
8.) Go N, push that hexagon
9.) Push the large green hexagon.

That should open the passageway off the room with the "auto-map" dish.

Now for the next puzzle..

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Male 14
I got to thinking last night, and I became convinced the pointer in the power room was clue for the hexagon puzzle. The questions was, how did it fit?

I originally thought it might be something like the hands of a clock, but one nagging thing didn`t fit.. the middle hexagon in the puzzle.

I went back and replayed the pointer sequence, but this time I looked at it from the viewpoint it might be a compass indicator.

If that was the case, then the sequence for the pointer clue went like this:

1.) Push Hexagon and the indicator lights
2.) Push hexagon and the indicator swings to NW
3.) Push hexagon and the indicator swings to S
4.) Push hexagon and the indicator swings to SE
5.) Push hexagon and the indicator swings to SW
6.) Push hexagon and the indicator swings to NW
7.) Push hexagon and the indicator swings to N
8.) Push hexagon and the indicator lights goes out.

Now the question was how to transfer that to the hexagon puzzle itself...

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Male 1,523
1234th post! Say cheese!
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Male 247
lame
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Female 19
Woohoo! Finally done!:)
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Female 100
ok finaly completed it.
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Female 100
nice one.
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Male 46
Well, googling is probably cheating, but there`s no way I could have done it without.

I`ll give you one clue, mark down the order of the colors on the power control thing across from the red orb. You will see. I didn`t even need any help with that outside of that clue.

Lots for the rest of the game, though.

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Female 100
cheers
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Male 46
google search for so-room hints
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Female 100
where did you find the spoiler?
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Female 100
yeh i tried the arrow pattern too, infact every combination relating to the arrow.
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Male 46
Nothing that I`ve found, we speculated that it was the arrow thing in the power room, but I haven`t seen anything that would give any indication of this pattern.
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Female 100
is there anyway to give a clue without giving it awy completely? does it relate to anything in the game?
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Male 46
It`s the solution to the octagon
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Female 100
does it help solve the hex`s?
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Male 46
TwoTank: I found a spoiler. If you want me to post it, say so, it has absolutely nothing to do with any pattern I got of the stupid arrow thing.
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Male 14
Nice find Corn...

Doesn`t seem to match any of the orb patterns though.

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Female 121
Gave up on the hexagon puzzle. Ow, my brain...
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Male 46
This probably means nothing, but in the green corridor, there is a light missing. if you look in the water below the broken light fixture. If you hit the lower button on the blue orb thing, there is a pattern that shows up down there.
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Male 14
Corn..

I don`t know if we have "activated" it yet. I`m as stumped as you are right now.

I`ve tried the blue orb backlit (use the red button on the blue orb stand), and I`ve tried it with the pool under the walkway lit (use the yellow button on the blue orb stand).. no difference.

I`ve also run the power meter across from the red orb up and down.. no change. However, if you run the power meter acros from the red orb all the way up.. the red orb "activates". Don`t know what good that does right now.

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Male 46
Here is something puzzling, too, all of the orbs stay on when they get activated, but the blue one in the green corridor does not.
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Male 46
I have tried doing the code with the light on and off, no difference. I`ve tried including the 12 o`clock start and stop, individually and together, I am stuck on this damn octogon thing. maybe there is more to the code found somewhere else?
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Male 46
TwoTank deciphered the numeric code, there are two clues that tell you what the code is, the first is found on the crossbar of the viewing tunnel from the power plant, and the second is found on the empty orb holder in the next room.
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Male 14
Yup.. you are right.

Ok.. I wonder if that is the "light" on the end of the pointer?

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Female 100
cant work out the code for the green room, can anyone help please
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Male 46
I don`t believe so, if you look to the right (opposite your new found white orb), there is a panel, hit the panel and the door to the orb opens and closes.
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Male 46
The pointer doesn`t seem to have much to do with it. I`ve got to be doing something wrong. Dangit, and I was starting to feel smart, too.
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Male 14
I agree Corn...

If you go back to the power panel room, and turn to the right as you enter, there is a "pointer" on the wall.

If you click the middle hexagon, first the end of the pointer lights up with a blue light. Then each subsequent click the blue lit pointer scrolls through positions that seem to match the location of hexagons found in the puzzle in the room at the bottom of the recently discovered corridor.

I recorded the positions of that pointer using the numbers on a clock face as a reference as I clicked the middle hexagon:
1.) 12
2.) 10
3.) 6
4.) 4
5.) 8
6.) 10
7.) 12

The next click turned off the blue light on the pointer end.

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Male 46
As you exit the power room, there is a funny arrow thing to your left. It goes through a pattern, it may have something to do with the octogon thing.
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Male 46
Also, when you get down to the secret room, on the left and right when you get to the octogon puzzle thing, there are doors/switches something
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Male 14
Found something else..

When you come out of the green corridor into the room you started the game in, there is a plate on the floor. Click on it.. looks like an "auto-map" generator.

Clicking on that first would have led us to find the hidden door I mentioned in my previous post..

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Male 46
After you`ve gotten all of that, if you go back to the "lounge" where somebody left their dinner plate on the ground, click on the plate and you get a map
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Male 14
Awesome job Crystal!
After you get the green orb up and running, go back to the orb holder that you got the second half of the green orb code from, and click behind it, just to the left of the wall hanging.

That should open up another passage right behind that orb holder...

The saga continues!

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Female 359
Any tips on what to do after you get the green room up and running?
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Female 359
you are right about combining symbols - there are also more little dots on the empty statue next to the purple ball in the room that has the writing on the wall - once you get that the code is easy
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Male 1,061
wont load!!!
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Male 14
One other thing I`ve found...

As you leave the power pod room, you enter a corridor that is essentially an underwater tube (i.e. you can see the water outside).

Halfway up that corridor you can turn either right or left. If you turn to side that has two of the "bubble houses" right next to each other, and click on the area where the horizontal and vertical support braces for the underwater corridor come together, an enlargement of the scribble seen there will come up.

There is 4 dots to the left, 2 dots in the middle, and 7 dots to the left, with a symbol above the 7 dots. That symbol is exactly half of the complete symbol found on the door to the green corridor, and the complete symbol is found again above the doorway to the green orb / keypad room.

That`s where I`m at so far...

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Male 14
Now I went on the assumption that you combine symbols to get larger numbers.. and that appears to be proven by taken the symbols for 3 and 5 to get the symbol for 8.

3 = circle with diagonal slash
5 = circle with a vertical slash
therefore
8 = circle with a diagonal slash and vertical slash.

Going into the green orb room with the keypad that leaves us with only two symbols unaccounted for:

? = circle with vertical and horizontal slash
? = circle with diamond and vertical slash

Looking at what we already know (or at least we`ve guessed)..

5 = circle with vertical slash
2 = circle with horizontal slash
therefore I`m guessing
7 = circle with vertical and horizontal slash

and

4 = circle with a diamond
5 = circle with vertical slash
therefore I`m guessing
9 = circle with a diamond and vertical slash

Any thoughts?

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Male 14
After I got the power pod working, I went to the room with the red orb and across from the red orb is a kepypad.
Look at the symbols corresponding with the "power levels", and let`s assume that zero = off.

1 = blank circle
2 = circle with horizontal slash
3 = circle with a diagonal slash
4 = circle with a diamond
5 = circle with a vertical slash

Now, I had a hunch that the symbols on the buttons back in the power room might correspond to the number of "bars" that lit up when you pushed them, so I went back and checked. Sure enough.. they do. From there I confirmed the symbols for 1, 3, and 5.

So now we have:
1 = blank circle
2 = circle with horizontal slash
3 = circle with a diagonal slash
4 = circle with a diamond
5 = circle with a vertical slash
6 = circle with internal circle and vertical slash
7 = ?
8 = circle with a diagonal slash and a vertical slash
9 = ?

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Female 19
Got the light thing, working on the green room. I think the point is to get the blue, green and read ball to show the signal...
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Female 504
that light thing was so easy to work out you just have to get it to the line B-|
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Female 19
I haven`t figured out anything yet...
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Male 179
Anada lame point and click game. STOP TORTURING US....PLEASE!!!!!!!!
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Male 30
I`ve gotten to the green room too but see that you need to click on even more buttons. Really haven`t figured this one out yet. Anybody?
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Male 14
Ok.. here`s what I have so far..
When you first start you will be in a dark room. Go straight ahead about 10 moves or so, and you should be at the door to the power room. Click on the door and it should open. Move ahead to the power panel, and look at the meter. If you look closely, you will see a line about 3/4 the way up the meter. The object here is to light the meter up to that line without going over, and then pushing the big blue button at the bottom of the control panel.

The following button sequence will do that (or any sequence of the first four)..

1.) Plain circle
2.) Circle with slanted slash
3.) Circle with vertical slash
4.) Circle with internal circle and vertical slash

5.) Press the big blue button on the bottom.

After a second, the power should come on, and the room will light up.

This now allows you to access another corridor (the green one) back from the room you originally came in at.

Any one else got anything?

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Female 64
does anyone have any idea on what to do?
i want to do this but i cant find anything!
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Female 3
What the drat was that??????????????????????????????????????????????
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Female 504
but its crap so never mind
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Female 504
yay it finnally loaded after 10 mins :P
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Female 504
okeys
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Male 1,523
It loaded for me but it looked like it was gonna take to long so I quit...
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Female 504
umm the page wont load
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Male 36
YEAH 4th comment! didnt load for me. and i just didnt want to wait.
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Male 820
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Male 78
ummmmmmm... woot second post and like the games loading so like is it easy or has every1 found walkthroughs off google????
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Male 10,115
Link: Aquaria [Rate Link] - Sci-fi point and click game.
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